The Best Superfoods to Boost your Metabolism

 

The term superfood has become a popular way to refer to nutritional powerhouses that have been shown to provide us with an array of antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids.

Whether you want more energy, better immunity, weight management or to assist with digestive function, taking a superfood may help. They’re a great way to introduce more varied nutrition into your diet and they also help increase your intake of brightly coloured immune boosters.

Spinach

Spinach is loaded with nutrients and low in calories, in fact, 2 cups of spinach contain only 14 calories! It’s high in protein (increases muscle mass to tone your body), iron, fiber, and potassium (reduces bloating).

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are loaded with healthy fats (omega-3 fatty acids) and fiber and are actually one of the most nutrient-dense foods available. A tablespoon of chia seeds adds 5.5 grams of fiber to your diet, so why not add a sprinkle to your smoothies or cereal!

Chickpeas

Dieticians love chickpeas and consider them a must-have addition to dinners. They’re loaded with protein and fiber – 12 grams of each in a single cup.This combination means they leave you feeling full and are digested slowly.

 

Oats

Oats are digested slowly and provide you with a slow release of energy, so they are great to incorporate into your morning routine. Make sure to stay away from the sugar-loaded versions – go for the steel-cut and rolled oats because they contain the most fiber.

Kale

The buzz around kale will never die down because it is one of the most nutrient-packed foods on the planet.One cup of raw kale is loaded with iron and calcium. It also contains 2 grams of protein and 1 gram of fiber.

Goji Berries

These berries are tart and chewy and are loaded with 18 amino acids (a great source of protein). Add them to smoothies or sprinkle them on cereal. 

Blueberries 

One of the best berries you can eat, blueberries are anti-inflammatory and loaded with the antioxidant anthocyanin. They’ll keep you feeling full and satisfied thanks to all the fiber they contain! 

Avocado 

This heart-healthy food is loaded with monounsaturated fat which keeps you satiated for hours.

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